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“Nazzy’s” Back

from the Vancouver Province:
In his most complete game of the season, maybe in a couple of years, Naslund combined with the Sedin twins to produce an unworldly 19 shots. Naslund had a mountainous, coach-counted eight scoring chances and potted two goals, including a wicked wrister that looked like it popped out of a time capsule stamped "Circa 2002-03." But the Naslund play that left head coach Alain Vigneault most impressed, the one he was still buzzing about a day after the game, came in the dying seconds when Naslund gave up his body with the game essentially iced. "I mean going down to block a shot at the end there for me was as important as him scoring any goal even though we had a two goal lead," Vigneault said after Saturday's practice. "There was pressure for us to win that game and pressure for our top guys to put the puck in the net. And he handled that pressure very well."
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